Lebanon FM won't allow Assad to step down

According to a report by An-Nahar newspaper on Tuesday Lebanon foreign Minister Adnan Mansour will oppose the resignation of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the upcoming Arab Foreign Minister’s meeting that will be held in Baghdad.

He will also reiterate Lebanon’s disassociation policy with regards to the Syrian crisis and its opposition the sanctions imposed on Syria , the paper added

“The worksheet prepared by Mansour will state that Lebanon opposes Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s resignation and the sanctions imposed on Syria,” An-Nahar added.

Mansour who represents the Amal movement ( a close ally of Hezbollah ) in the cabinet has been criticized for his bias towards the Syrian regime . On January 23 Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt told Mansour to shut up over the Syrian crisis.

“If only Lebanon’s envoy at the Arab League meetings would remain silent over the Syrian crisis instead of proposing solutions to the unrest.” Jumblatt said

Lebanon’s political scene is split between supporters of the Syrian regime, led by Hezbollah which has endorsed Assad’s claim that he is fighting terrorists , and the March 14 alliance which is supporting the Syrian pro-democracy revolution. President Michel Suleiman , PM Nagib Mikati and Jumblatt claim to be centrists, but the Lebanese cabinet is heavily influenced by the Iranian and Syrian backed Hezbollah militant group.

Activists say hundreds have been killed in the month-long Homs offensive and the UN recently put the death toll for a year of violence in Syria at “well over” 7 500. However, activists group say the toll has already surpassed 8 000.

Syrian refugees fleeing to Lebanon on Monday said they feared they would be slaughtered in their own homes as government forces hunted down opponents in a brutal offensive against the opposition stronghold of Homs.

The UN refugee agency said Monday that as many as 2 000 Syrians had crossed into Lebanon over the last two days. In the Lebanese border village of Qaa, families with women with small children came carrying only plastic bags filled with a few belongings.

  • Hannibal

    Why doesn’t this guy just shut the hell up?

    • 5thDrawer

      Anyone have a Hezzy bomb handy ?

  • Why doesn’t this guy just shut the hell up?

    • Anonymous

      Anyone have a Hezzy bomb handy ?

  • wargame1

    The free Syrian Army will make sure that both Lebanon Lackey and Assad are overthrown.

  • Anonymous

    The free Syrian Army will make sure that both Lebanon Lackey and Assad are overthrown.

  • MekensehParty

    Why isn’t there an article about what the patriarch said lately?
    Is it a form of media black out so that we “forget” what he said?
    YaLibnan editor, do your job fairly please, publish what this great christian leader said and his definition of democracy.
    I’d be very much interested to know what fadi81 has to say, he who thinks that leb christians are sooooooooo above the rest.

    • libnan1

      Mekensee man, what’s your point? What kind of article are you looking for? I guess you are looking for an article that would say the Patriarch is concern about the present situation in Syria and has the same concern about the future of the Christians if Assad falls. Your past behavior does not give him comfort. 
      The Patriarch and all of us do not care for Assad nor do we care for the people that will replace him. You need to pack up you shit and go help the people of Syria if you are so concerned about them NOT just sit back and yap about what you think our Patriarch should say.  

      • Prophettttt

        libnan1, Hope all is well with you and yours.
        Mek has a point, although I’m not too familiar with his views,or his previous comments.
        The patriarch has had little or no coverage on this site lately, especially when he addresses the Syrian situation,and expresses his concerns which may not fall in line with most M14 supporters’s concerns and goals.
        I understand your point that the concern is not and should not be about Assad,but rather about what the Syrian people really want,and whether they will be able to choose who they want. I differ with you on whether one should be concerned about who is to replace him or not, because it is important whether his replacement will indeed be  representative of the majority of the Syrian people or not.Things are looking very gloomy,and are neither comforting  for the Syrians ,nor for  Lebanese who will be most effected second to the Syrian people.

        • libnan1

          pro, good to hear from you my friend. All what the Patriarch said was he supported the reform and democracy in Syria and he implied that Syria is much better than the rest of the Arab countries (I assume he is referring to the treatment of the Christian minorities) . The Patriarch represents the Christian in Lebanon, Syria and Antachia. He is looking after the interests of his constituents as the Russian looking after the Orthodox Christians in Syria. It is not for me to say what yalibnan should or should not cover, there many other sources where we can get our new from. 

      • Prophettttt

        Ylibnan1, Thanks,and likewise. Just to clarify my previous comment; I   was not giving my opinion on what the Patriarch said about the Syrian situation,I just shared Mek’s curiosity as to why Yalibnan has avoided publishing any story about the Patriarch lately. I agree that It is not for us- AND ESPECIALLY NOT PROPHET,AND NOT TODAY- to tell yalibana what to do and what not to do,lol
        After all it is a Lebanese News Site,and you would expect that they would cover  news and statements by Prominent leaders,such as the Patriarch, when they usually cover just about anyone who speaks on a podium anywhere in Lebanon.
        TC.

        • Hannibal

          Are you standing up for the Patriarch Prophet? How could you? lol

        • Prophettttt

          Hannibal, this isn’t about standing up for the Patriarch or not, it is about how this site and other sites are very selective when it comes to covering news. I wish all religious leaders  didn’t get involved in politics at all, but the fact  that they are,and the Patriarch is a prominent leaders, like it or not, is no longer being covered by this site, unless He makes  statements that are supportive of the views of M14.
          I understand that his views on the Syrian situation are very controversial, but to pretend that He says nothing is like a media black out against him, when we read stories about some no-body saying this or that. If his views on Syria were different, I assure you we’d  see much more coverage of him,and everyone would think of him as  a great men.Lebanese have a short memory.Even Weiam Weihab gets more coverage on this site than the patriarch,lol
          I will repeat what I had said numerous times , there should be a law forbidding all religious leaders and religious men from making political  statements,and from getting involved in politics.
          Ok Hannibal, you are getting me in trouble now,lol

      • MekensehParty

        My point is very simple, mansour farts and it’s covered, the patriarch shit in public and no word of it anywhere. I want an article that covers what the patriarch said so that I can bring the worldwideweb on his head! and please spare me the “sit back and yap” as if you’re in homs giving blood and breastfeeding orphans (not that they want any orange blood or milk out there)
        Is my point clear enough now? or do you need a drawing?
        What if I explain it to the general and then he can say it and you’ll be convinced as usual?

        • libnan1

          Mek, Your point is meaningless, did you really smell the Patriarch shit or you just making up shit…. you think that the web is your way to defend the Syrian people, no they need martyrs to join them (hint). I don’t real care about Homs, Hama or any of them holes and that is why you don’t see me giving my Orange blood. My ORANGE blood will not be spared for Lebanon and God know that we did our duties in defending Lebanon. On the contrary you just yap about it, you just need to head over there and help the Syrian people you care so much about. 
          These people were cheated by the encouragements they got from their sunni brothers in Arabia, now they are going to get slaughtered. They are being used like the Kurds and the Shiites in Iraq were back in the early nineties. 
          You are just a nagger that have not gotten laid in long while, go take care of that and come back and post a comment.   

    • libnan1

      Mekensee man, what’s your point? What kind of article are you looking for? I guess you are looking for an article that would say the Patriarch is concern about the present situation in Syria and has the same concern about the future of the Christians if Assad falls. Your past behavior does not give him comfort. 
      The Patriarch and all of us do not care for Assad nor do we care for the people that will replace him. You need to pack up you shit and go help the people of Syria if you are so concerned about them NOT just sit back and yap about what you think our Patriarch should say.  

      • Prophettttt

        libnan1, Hope all is well with you and yours.
        Mek has a point, although I’m not too familiar with his views,or his previous comments.
        The patriarch has had little or no coverage on this site lately, especially when he addresses the Syrian situation,and expresses his concerns which may not fall in line with most M14 supporters’s concerns and goals.
        I understand your point that the concern is not and should not be about Assad,but rather about what the Syrian people really want,and whether they will be able to choose who they want. I differ with you on whether one should be concerned about who is to replace him or not, because it is important whether his replacement will indeed be  representative of the majority of the Syrian people or not.Things are looking very gloomy,and are neither comforting  for the Syrians ,nor for  Lebanese who will be most effected second to the Syrian people.

      • Prophettttt

        Ylibnan1, Thanks,and likewise. Just to clarify my previous comment; I   was not giving my opinion on what the Patriarch said about the Syrian situation,I just shared Mek’s curiosity as to why Yalibnan has avoided publishing any story about the Patriarch lately. I agree that It is not for us- AND ESPECIALLY NOT PROPHET,AND NOT TODAY- to tell yalibana what to do and what not to do,lol
        After all it is a Lebanese News Site,and you would expect that they would cover  news and statements by Prominent leaders,such as the Patriarch, when they usually cover just about anyone who speaks on a podium anywhere in Lebanon.
        TC.

        • Prophettttt

          Hannibal, this isn’t about standing up for the Patriarch or not, it is about how this site and other sites are very selective when it comes to covering news. I wish all religious leaders  didn’t get involved in politics at all, but the fact  that they are,and the Patriarch is a prominent leaders, like it or not, is no longer being covered by this site, unless He makes  statements that are supportive of the views of M14.
          I understand that his views on the Syrian situation are very controversial, but to pretend that He says nothing is like a media black out against him, when we read stories about some no-body saying this or that. If his views on Syria were different, I assure you we’d  see much more coverage of him,and everyone would think of him as  a great men.Lebanese have a short memory.Even Weiam Weihab gets more coverage on this site than the patriarch,lol
          I will repeat what I had said numerous times , there should be a law forbidding all religious leaders and religious men from making political  statements,and from getting involved in politics.
          Ok Hannibal, you are getting me in trouble now,lol

    • Fadi81

      Lol…miss me troll?

      • MekensehParty

        sooooooooooooooo miss you man, can’t imagine spending a day without reading christian fascists like you. so what’s ur take on your patriarch? very interested to know if you agree with him.

        • Hannibal

          Hey Hoover,
          We all appreciate freedom of speech and all opinions… However, I so far cannot put my finger on anything you believe in? What is it really what you believe in? You seem to attack everyone and everybody. Do you happen to have a political agenda? A program for us to consider? Or are you used to rant and rave and blab your mouth with no purpose to just say heeey I am sucking up dust and spitting out dirt? Say something, at least once in while, constructive. May be we can all give you a “like” once in a while. Do you have to stay in the sewer man? 
          And now just to aggravate you a little… Wait let me wear my helmet first… OK here goes:
          Long live Lebanon and its glorious people. A small state that since the beginning of times kicked ass from the ass of Alexander to the turks to the PLO, Syrians and Israelis. Step in our land and get a lesson in freedom. akbar men ann yubla3 ya mekenseh enta ya hoover… 

      • MekensehParty

        sooooooooooooooo miss you man, can’t imagine spending a day without reading christian fascists like you. so what’s ur take on your patriarch? very interested to know if you agree with him.

        • Hannibal

          Hey Hoover,
          We all appreciate freedom of speech and all opinions… However, I so far cannot put my finger on anything you believe in? What is it really what you believe in? You seem to attack everyone and everybody. Do you happen to have a political agenda? A program for us to consider? Or are you used to rant and rave and blab your mouth with no purpose to just say heeey I am sucking up dust and spitting out dirt? Say something, at least once in while, constructive. May be we can all give you a “like” once in a while. Do you have to stay in the sewer man? 
          And now just to aggravate you a little… Wait let me wear my helmet first… OK here goes:
          Long live Lebanon and its glorious people. A small state that since the beginning of times kicked ass from the ass of Alexander to the turks to the PLO, Syrians and Israelis. Step in our land and get a lesson in freedom. akbar men ann yubla3 ya mekenseh enta ya hoover… 

    • MekensehParty

      What a bunch of hypocrits, so we can tell Mansour to shut the hell up and call him ass kisser while the patriarch is taking positions not far at all from Mansour’s and we don’t get a chance to tell him what we think of his “divine” definition of democracy?
      Mansour gets coverage so we all read the bs he has to say and we get a blackout on the patriarch when he says approximately the same thing. Who’s positions are more important in lebanon: the maronite patriarch or hezbollah’s minister of foreign affairs? I think YaLibnan knows the answer!

    • MekensehParty

      What a bunch of hypocrits, so we can tell Mansour to shut the hell up and call him ass kisser while the patriarch is taking positions not far at all from Mansour’s and we don’t get a chance to tell him what we think of his “divine” definition of democracy?
      Mansour gets coverage so we all read the bs he has to say and we get a blackout on the patriarch when he says approximately the same thing. Who’s positions are more important in lebanon: the maronite patriarch or hezbollah’s minister of foreign affairs? I think YaLibnan knows the answer!

    • Hannibal

      The Christians are not above the rest… But I assure you they are above you… hehehehehehe

      • MekensehParty

        you must be the comedian right? a christian inquisitor, an orange and now a joker. oh there was also this “boom boom you” guy, dabshaleem or something like that, half animal/half vegetal.
        Loved your joke btw about giving lessons and in freedom especially, hahaha (PS: historically for non-lebanese readers, none of the civs or countries or even people mentioned by Habilan above got their ass kicked in lebanon but rather the contrary, even the palestinians can still leave their camps inside leb, kill an MP in his home turf and dissappear back in the camps, you want to bet? for lebanese readers you can stay in the illusionary world you created and that only you believe in)
        now onto more serious things, it must be killing you Habilan not to be able to put your finger on what I’m saying or in what I believe. See what kills you is that in your little brain you cannot conceive that someone can be against M8 and M14 at the same time, against (fake) lebanese pride, against nasrallah and hariri, against aoun and against geagea and all what these people represent which is the present lebanese degenerate society… it has always been black or white for you lebanese, he’s against aoun, khalass hayda ‘ouwette. Dod el ‘ouwett, el chab aoune. khalass! you have to be a follower of a za3im, and when the za3im dies you follow his son (and recently his son-in-law). No independent thinking! Never! I’m born christian means I will defend the patriarch even when he calls the biggest murderer a reformist. And the same goes for muslims, they didn’t hesitate to side with the palestinians against christian lebanese… And please, don’t be fooled by the recent multiconfessional alliances aoun-nasrallah vs geagea-hariri. They’ll be at each other’s throats as soon as they’re done with whatever they’re fighting to get right now.
        What the Mekenseh Party is trying to do is in its name: lebanon needs a broom and we will clean that dirty lebanon, the dirty values and principles its built on, the dirty people who live in it and that are keeping the country dirty. First, I’m trying to show you and with facts rather than personal insults, that as lebanese you have nothing to be proud of having achieved close to nothing in 90 years of independence. Yes, it’s true, I’m not constructive in my comments because my comments are calling for destruction, but it’s a good destruction, the destruction of what was built bad and kept growing bad, the destruction of the cancer that has been eating the lebanese society and that they never stopped helping grow inside them. I know it’s far fetched, I have little chances of achieving anything as the whole country prepares for yet another civil or/and regional war, but maybe, just maybe my words will echo in someones soul, and this person will take a broom and start cleaning their own house!

        • 5thDrawer

          Brooms for sale .. cheap … made in China …

        • Hannibal

          I have no problem with anything you say… I am actually with you. Where we differ is at labeling a hijacked nation by the same leaders you and I despise in such a way to insult Lebanon and the Lebanese silent majority. We all in here want (pretty much) the same thing. I am sure as you diagnose the cancer you remove the cancer without telling the patient you have a metastasis and you should die. A good physician will give the patient alternatives and those alternatives should not kill the patient. It is your condescending tone that I despise NEVER your ideas or believes. it is your despise to a culture far older than any culture known to man. You know nothing about your fellow Lebanese and yet you go around blabbing your mouth with anger without offering a solution that is feasible. Yes of course a nuke can fix the problem but aren’t you destroying what is good with the little evil that is currently ruling? As far as independence is concerned our problem is that a good portion of this nation believes that Lebanon should not exist. It should be a part of pan Arabia, pan Persia, greater Syria etc… It is that the cancer. Once the nation believes in what was, what is, and what will be Lebanon it will use the mekenseh and go after those filling their pockets at the expense of the people.

        • Hannibal

          One more thing, I have nothing against the Palestinians as long as they follow the laws of Lebanon. I think that the policies of the PLO in Lebanon hurt their cause. That being said I still believe it is inhumane to keep them living in those conditions and even more inhumane for them not to be able to go back home to Palestine. 

      • MekensehParty

        Hannibal, instead of giving you a “like”, I’ll give you the first mekenseh I’ve ever given. I know it sounds wrong, and people would preferred being awarded something shiny, but it’s a gift from the heart of the mekenseh party.
        Let’s start cleaning!

        • dabshaleem

          yu salafite zioniste wahabi with haed lik mekensee yu hide boom boom in youres mekenseh hiar on haed mr

  • Anonymous

    Why isn’t there an article about what the patriarch said lately?
    Is it a form of media black out so that we “forget” what he said?
    YaLibnan editor, do your job fairly please, publish what this great christian leader said and his definition of democracy.
    I’d be very much interested to know what fadi81 has to say, he who thinks that leb christians are sooooooooo above the rest.

    • Anonymous

      Mekensee man, what’s your point? What kind of article are you looking for? I guess you are looking for an article that would say the Patriarch is concern about the present situation in Syria and has the same concern about the future of the Christians if Assad falls. Your past behavior does not give him comfort. 
      The Patriarch and all of us do not care for Assad nor do we care for the people that will replace him. You need to pack up you shit and go help the people of Syria if you are so concerned about them NOT just sit back and yap about what you think our Patriarch should say.  

      • Anonymous

        libnan1, Hope all is well with you and yours.
        Mek has a point though. The patriarch has had little  or no coverage on this site lately, especially when he addresses the Syrian situation,and expresses his concerns which may not fall in line with most M14 supporters’s concerns and goals.
        I understand your point that the concern is not and should not be about Assad,but rather about what the Syrian people really want,and whether they will be able to choose who they want. I differ with you on whether one should be concerned about who is to replace him or not and on whether his replacement will indeed be  representative of the majority of the Syrian people. Things are looking very gloomy,and not comforting  for the Syrians and for Lebanese who will be most effected.

        • Anonymous

          pro, good to hear from you my friend. All what the Patriarch said was he supported the reform and democracy in Syria and he implied that Syria is much better than the rest of the Arab countries (I assume he is referring to the treatment of the Christian minorities) . The Patriarch represents the Christian in Lebanon, Syria and Antachia. He is looking after the interests of his constituents as the Russian looking after the Orthodox Christians in Syria. It is not for me to say what yalibnan should or should not cover, there many other sources where we can get our new from. 

      • Anonymous

        Ylibnan1, Thanks,and likewise. Just to clarify my previous comment; I   was not giving my opinion on what the Patriarch said about the Syrian situation,I just shared Mek’s curiosity as to why Yalibnan has avoided publishing any story about the Patriarch lately. I agree that It is not for us- AND ESPECIALLY NOT PROPHET,AND NOT TODAY- to tell yalibana what to do and what not to do,lol
        After all it is a Lebanese News Site,and you would expect that they would cover  news and statements by Prominent leaders,such as the Patriarch, when they usually cover just about anyone who speaks on a podium anywhere in Lebanon.
        TC.

        • Are you standing up for the Patriarch Prophet? How could you? lol

        • Prophettttt

          Hannibal, this isn’t about standing up for the Patriarch or not, it is about how this site and other sites are very selective when it comes to covering news. I wish all religious leaders  didn’t get involved in politics at all, but the fact  that they are,and the Patriarch is a prominent leaders, like it or not, is no longer being covered by this site, unless He makes  statements that are supportive of the views of M14.
          I understand that his views on the Syrian situation are very controversial, but to pretend that He says nothing is like a media black out against him, when we read stories about some no-body saying this or that. If his views on Syria were different, I assure you we’d  see much more coverage of him,and everyone would think of him as  a great men.Lebanese have a short memory.Even Weiam Weihab gets more coverage on this site than the patriarch,lol
          I will repeat what I had said numerous times , there should be a law forbidding all religious leaders and religious men from making political  statements,and from getting involved in politics.

      • MekensehParty

        My point is very simple, mansour farts and it’s covered, the patriarch shit in public and no word of it anywhere. I want an article that covers what the patriarch said so that I can bring the worldwideweb on his head! and please spare me the “sit back and yap” as if you’re in homs giving blood and breastfeeding orphans (not that they want any orange blood or milk out there)
        Is my point clear enough now? or do you need a drawing?
        What if I explain it to the general and then he can say it and you’ll be convinced as usual?

        • libnan1

          Mek, Your point is meaningless, did you really smell the Patriarch shit or you just making up shit…. you think that the web is your way to defend the Syrian people, no they need martyrs to join them (hint). I don’t real care about Homs, Hama or any of them holes and that is why you don’t see me giving my Orange blood. My ORANGE blood will not be spared for Lebanon and God know that we did our duties in defending Lebanon. On the contrary you just yap about it, you just need to head over there and help the Syrian people you care so much about. 
          These people were cheated by the encouragements they got from their sunni brothers in Arabia, now they are going to get slaughtered. They are being used like the Kurds and the Shiites in Iraq were back in the early nineties. 
          You are just a nagger that have not gotten laid in long while, go take care of that and come back and post a comment.   

    • Anonymous

      Lol…miss me troll?

      • MekensehParty

        sooooooooooooooo miss you man, can’t imagine spending a day without reading christian fascists like you. so what’s ur take on your patriarch? very interested to know if you agree with him.

        • Hey Hoover,
          We all appreciate freedom of speech and all opinions… However, I so far cannot put my finger on anything you believe in? What is it really what you believe in? You seem to attack everyone and everybody. Do you happen to have a political agenda? A program for us to consider? Or are you used to rant and rave and blab your mouth with no purpose to just say heeey I am sucking up dust and spitting out dirt? Say something, at least once in while, constructive. May be we can all give you a “like” once in a while. Do you have to stay in the sewer man? 
          And now just to aggravate you a little… Wait let me wear my helmet first… OK here goes:
          Long live Lebanon and its glorious people. A small state that since the beginning of times kicked ass from the ass of Alexander to the turks to the PLO, Syrians and Israelis. Step in our land and get a lesson in freedom. akbar men ann yubla3 ya mekenseh enta ya hoover… 

    • MekensehParty

      What a bunch of hypocrits, so we can tell Mansour to shut the hell up and call him ass kisser while the patriarch is taking positions not far at all from Mansour’s and we don’t get a chance to tell him what we think of his “divine” definition of democracy?
      Mansour gets coverage so we all read the bs he has to say and we get a blackout on the patriarch when he says approximately the same thing. Who’s positions are more important in lebanon: the maronite patriarch or hezbollah’s minister of foreign affairs? I think YaLibnan knows the answer!

    • The Christians are not above the rest… But I assure you they are above you… hehehehehehe

      • MekensehParty

        you must be the comedian right? a christian inquisitor, an orange and now a joker. oh there was also this “boom boom you” guy, dabshaleem or something like that, half animal/half vegetal.
        Loved your joke btw about giving lessons and in freedom especially, hahaha (PS: historically for non-lebanese readers, none of the civs or countries or even people mentioned by Habilan above got their ass kicked in lebanon but rather the contrary, even the palestinians can still leave their camps inside leb, kill an MP in his home turf and dissappear back in the camps, you want to bet? for lebanese readers you can stay in the illusionary world you created and that only you believe in)
        now onto more serious things, it must be killing you Habilan not to be able to put your finger on what I’m saying or in what I believe. See what kills you is that in your little brain you cannot conceive that someone can be against M8 and M14 at the same time, against (fake) lebanese pride, against nasrallah and hariri, against aoun and against geagea and all what these people represent which is the present lebanese degenerate society… it has always been black or white for you lebanese, he’s against aoun, khalass hayda ‘ouwette. Dod el ‘ouwett, el chab aoune. khalass! you have to be a follower of a za3im, and when the za3im dies you follow his son (and recently his son-in-law). No independent thinking! Never! I’m born christian means I will defend the patriarch even when he calls the biggest murderer a reformist. And the same goes for muslims, they didn’t hesitate to side with the palestinians against christian lebanese… And please, don’t be fooled by the recent multiconfessional alliances aoun-nasrallah vs geagea-hariri. They’ll be at each other’s throats as soon as they’re done with whatever they’re fighting to get right now.
        What the Mekenseh Party is trying to do is in its name: lebanon needs a broom and we will clean that dirty lebanon, the dirty values and principles its built on, the dirty people who live in it and that are keeping the country dirty. First, I’m trying to show you and with facts rather than personal insults, that as lebanese you have nothing to be proud of having achieved close to nothing in 90 years of independence. Yes, it’s true, I’m not constructive in my comments because my comments are calling for destruction, but it’s a good destruction, the destruction of what was built bad and kept growing bad, the destruction of the cancer that has been eating the lebanese society and that they never stopped helping grow inside them. I know it’s far fetched, I have little chances of achieving anything as the whole country prepares for yet another civil or/and regional war, but maybe, just maybe my words will echo in someones soul, and this person will take a broom and start cleaning their own house!

        • 5thDrawer

          Brooms for sale .. cheap … made in China …

        • I have no problem with anything you say… I am actually with you. Where we differ is at labeling a hijacked nation by the same leaders you and I despise in such a way to insult Lebanon and the Lebanese silent majority. We all in here want (pretty much) the same thing. I am sure as you diagnose the cancer you remove the cancer without telling the patient you have a metastasis and you should die. A good physician will give the patient alternatives and those alternatives should not kill the patient. It is your condescending tone that I despise NEVER your ideas or believes. it is your despise to a culture far older than any culture known to man. You know nothing about your fellow Lebanese and yet you go around blabbing your mouth with anger without offering a solution that is feasible. Yes of course a nuke can fix the problem but aren’t you destroying what is good with the little evil that is currently ruling? As far as independence is concerned our problem is that a good portion of this nation believes that Lebanon should not exist. It should be a part of pan Arabia, pan Persia, greater Syria etc… It is that the cancer. Once the nation believes in what was, what is, and what will be Lebanon it will use the mekenseh and go after those filling their pockets at the expense of the people.

        • One more thing, I have nothing against the Palestinians as long as they follow the laws of Lebanon. I think that the policies of the PLO in Lebanon hurt their cause. That being said I still believe it is inhumane to keep them living in those conditions and even more inhumane for them not to be able to go back home to Palestine. 

      • MekensehParty

        Hannibal, instead of giving you a “like”, I’ll give you the first mekenseh I’ve ever given. I know it sounds wrong, and people would preferred being awarded something shiny, but it’s a gift from the heart of the mekenseh party.
        Let’s start cleaning!

        • dabshaleem

          yu salafite zioniste wahabi with haed lik mekensee yu hide boom boom in youres mekenseh hiar on haed mr

  • Guest

    Adnan Mansour should stick to the policy of disassociating Lebanon from the Syrian crisis and not reject or oppose any decision made on Syria he is contradicting himself and does not represent all the Lebanese people

  • Guest

    Adnan Mansour should stick to the policy of disassociating Lebanon from the Syrian crisis and not reject or oppose any decision made on Syria he is contradicting himself and does not represent all the Lebanese people

  • Anonymous

    Adnan Mansour should stick to the policy of disassociating Lebanon from the Syrian crisis and not reject or oppose any decision made on Syria he is contradicting himself and does not represent all the Lebanese people

  • rossoferrari

    Who cares what this ass kisser says. He is not relevant 

  • Anonymous

    Who cares what this ass kisser says. He is not relevant 

  • Mansour? a puppet for the Syrian tyrants, I am not surprised he would say something like that, he is probably related to them and to hassan nasrallah (notice the lower case), he is going with them and Lebanon will be ruled by a true Nationalist

  • Mansour? a puppet for the Syrian tyrants, I am not surprised he would say something like that, he is probably related to them and to hassan nasrallah (notice the lower case), he is going with them and Lebanon will be ruled by a true Nationalist

  • To All Lebanese: Do not forget that the demised Hafez Al Jahsh tried to annex Lebanon and make it a part of his promised kingdom. Stop dividing yourselves based on your religeous background, I know that most of you do not know much about religions . when you were newborns you did not have any idea which way you were heading until your parents fed you with their beleives.
     Lastly be wary  of the Iranians, they do not like A’ Rabs regardles of their orientations.????????????????

    • dabshaleem

      yu salafite mr

    • dabshaleem

      yu salafite mr

  • To All Lebanese: Do not forget that the demised Hafez Al Jahsh tried to annex Lebanon and make it a part of his promised kingdom. Stop dividing yourselves based on your religeous background, I know that most of you do not know much about religions . when you were newborns you did not have any idea which way you were heading until your parents fed you with their beleives.
     Lastly be wary  of the Iranians, they do not like A’ Rabs regardles of their orientations.????????????????

    • dabshaleem

      yu salafite mr